Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6
Conquest Knight XV
The Knight XV is a hand-built luxury SUV, produced by Conquest Vehicles since 2008. This is the most modern and the future of SUV’s.
The Knight XV is powered by a Ford-sourced 6.8-litre V10 putting out 400bhp and 500lb ft of torque. It’ll run on E85 ethanol. It’s basically a green vehicle as it runs of ethanol but cannot really put in the category. It has all the latest gadgets that we see the bond movies, night vision and every instrument for calculations and completely bullet proof.
This car is so big that Hummer H2 looks like a kid in front of tis machine. It is so big in the inside that it can accommodate 6 basket ball players comfortably.
Let it be movies or real life nothing get beat the Russians in creating a bad ass machine. T-98 Kombat is a absolute monster with 8.1 L Vortec engine, Allison transmission, and GM heavy duty suspensions.
- The “VIP” has no frame and has a monocoque double steel body. The highest protection level uses a composite armor of ceramic between steel layers. VIP Combats have many options, including natural leather and wood in the interior.
- The “Utility” is designed for special operations missions.
The armored body is based on a “metal-ceramic sandwich with cellular filler” technology. The monocoque body provides protection against mine blasts.
It is driven by a 340 hp V8, which gives the lightest T-98 a top speed of 111 mph (180 km/h), making it one of the fastest all-terrain armoured vehicles in the world. The T-98 contains satellite navigation, a flat-screen television which can play DVD, climate control. Armouring claims that the most highly armoured T-98 will protect occupants from bullets up to 12.7 mm, shotguns, mines and ramming.
Once you get your foot into this machine the only way you can die is by a heart attack. If you are a millionaire then this has to be in your shopping list!
Polaris MV850 TerrainArmor Edition
Designed to thwart “enemy ballistics, treacherous terrain and other mission-crippling obstacles”, the MV850, from US-based Polaris Industries, is the first military ATV to make use of non-pneumatic tires. The company promises that the single-seat trucklet’s TerrainArmor tires, invented by Wisconsin-based Resilient Technologies, can shake off shots from a .50-calibre gun or penetration by a railroad spike, even while carrying a full combat load. In both the MV850 and its equally tenacious civilian counterpart, the WV850, a 77-horsepower, 850cc two-cylinder engine is matched to a single-speed transmission and all-wheel drive. With TerrainArmor’s proven survivability on the battlefield, it’s a safe bet that the US military is looking closely at non-pneumatic tires for bigger machines, including the coming replacement for the Hummer.
If the military built a heavy duty Baja 1000 buggy racer, it would end up looking a lot like the Chenowth Desert Patrol Vehicle. You can find these things midair across the Middle Eastern desert looking like they were plucked from the next Mad Max movie.
It’s quick and used as a patrol vehicle and wit the mounted gun it will take you down quicker then you can think.
Well this is the most common army based car found on streets compared to rest. What started as a army based war machine has become a style statement for millions.
The HMMWV is constructed on a steel frame with boxed frame rails and five cross members constructed from high-grade alloy steel. The 16-inch ground clearance of the HMMWV is an engineering feat considering that the vehicle stands only 72 inches high. Full-time four-wheel drive, independent suspension, steep approach and departure angles, 60 percent slope-climbing, 40 percent side slope and 60-inch water-fording capabilities combine with the high ground clearance to make the HMMWV an exceptional off-road vehicle.
It’s easy to get your hands on this but to get the whole experience of this beauty you have to get its rims dirty and stop using it as a trophy.
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